With texting, Snapchat and Facetime, people may think that long distance relationships are easier than ever. To find out if this is true, Zoosk surveyed over 12,000 members to see how they make their long distance relationships work.
Fifty-eight percent of men and 52 percent of women are likely to engage in a long distance relationship if given the chance, but 57 percent of women compared to 51 percent of men said they'd communicate every day.
Men and women were almost on the same page about how often you need to see your partner to make it worthwhile, with 38 percent of women and 36 percent of men saying every two weeks is a good time frame.
Thirty-two percent of women said they'd wait more than a month to pursue a LDR with someone they met online, but 35 percent of men said they'd wait only two-three weeks.
While women would wait longer to make it official, 34 percent of women would stay in a LDR for a year before someone would need to move, while 33 percent of men would wait only six months.
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